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to expect reduced visibility if you are traveling knot of baltimore city or west. definitely watchout for that. if you are using the jfx in to the city, no delays southbound, from the beltway, all the way downtown to east fayette street. that stretch will take you 11 minutes. everything will remain up to speed through the fort mc henry, 695 and looking outside, here on the west side, liberty road, no problems down towards 95 or up to 83. here is what the beltway looks like, not too many cars yet at bel air, no problems up to 83. that's a look at your time saver traffic. >>> top stories on this tuesday morning, today marks the 10 year anniversary since the beginning of the sniper attacks that terrorized the washington region. october 2nd, john mohammad and his accomplice embarked on the killing spree. they killed 10 people while wounding three others. people in virginia, dc and maryland, were terrified to spend time outside. in a rare and chilling interview with the washington post, 27 years old, mallvo is speaking about the horrific days and apologizing to the
with an accident along the northbound lanes at route 2. once we get in to baltimore city, we are dealing with another accident, doing to be on frank first at handover street. if you are using 95 this morning, here is a live look downtown at 395, everything will be up to speed, no problems right now getting through the fort mc henry. harborill be nice and clear. here is what the west side looks like, liberty road. it will be a nice ride towards 95 or if you are traveling inner loop, pikesville. >>> coming up, doctors at johns hopkins considered a mind blowing medical procedure, giving a woman the ability to hear once again. a woman comes face to face with a black bear. finds out what she does to try to get the animal off the frontch porch. details when good morning maryland continues. wççÑçÑ >>> if you bought an iphone you may have noticed a glitch. a bug causes it to use a major amount of cell data and it happens when the phone is plugged in to a wi-fi network. it's been a problem for verizon users and possibly at&t. >>> police officer in philly is in serious trouble, what he was ca
of an ancient stream on mars. >>> and circular sensation. new york city makes plans for the world's largest ferris new york city makes plans for the world's largest ferris wheel. captions paid for by nbc-universal television >>> hello and good morning. i'm lynn berry. and today we begin with the red line. israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu has told the united nations that the world has until next summer to stop iran from building a nuclear weapon. the white house reacted by saying the u.s. shares israel's goal of stopping that from happening but so far it has refused to set an ultimatum. nbc's danielle leigh reports. >> reporter: from a fight over the west bank to fears about iran's nuclear program, israeli's prime minister benjamin netanyahu spoke under pressure before the united nations. >> today a great battle is being waged. >> reporter: just one day after iran's president mahmoud amadinejad spoke, he netanyahu delivered an ultimatum. >> a red line should be drawn right here before, before iran completes the second stage of nuclear enrichment necessary to make a bomb. >> reporter
weather. savannah? >> all right, al. president obama, governor romney both in new york city today to speak at the clinton global initiative, and the president will also deliver an address to the united nations general assembly. governor romney will drop by nbc's education nation summit. chuck todd is nbc's political director, chief white house correspondent. you come with your telestrator today. >> i do, i do. >> let's talk about the state of the union in terms of the battleground map. we know 270 is the magic number. >> right. >> where do things stand? >> right now we have the president at 243 here, and what that means is we've got states adding up 243 electoral votes. it 70, of course, is the magic number. what we've recently moved was the state of iowa, and that put him at 243. what's interesting here, savannah. he now needs only a couple of states, a couple of the big states, big three that i talk about all the time, ohio, florida, virginia, just a couple of ways and he gets over the finish line. >> we talk about ohio. it's usually a bellwether, a couple of scenarios to run through her
romney both in new york city today to speak at the clinton global initiative, and the president will also deliver an address to the united nations general assembly. governor romney will drop by nbc's education nation summit. chuck todd is nbc's political director, chief white house correspondent. you come with your telestrator today. >> i do, i do. >> let's talk about the state of the union in terms of the battleground map. we know 270 is the magic number. >> right. >> where do things stand? >> right now we have the president at 243 here, and what that means is we've got states adding up 243 electoral votes. it 70, of course, is the magic number. what we've recently moved was the state of iowa, and that put him at 243. what's interesting here, savannah. he now needs only a couple of states, a couple of the big states, big three that i talk about all the time, ohio, florida, virginia, just a couple of ways and he gets over the finish line. >> we talk about ohio. it's usually a bellwether, a couple of scenarios to run through here. i think this one shows if president obama takes ohio. >> we
highway in glen bernie. a crash in the city at belair road. still up to speed on the major roadways. 49 on southbound 95 coming out of the northeast. my ministry at calvert, closures because of the baltimore book festival. 11 minutes to go south on 95 from the beltway down towards 32. the roads are still wet. building volume but no official delay. heavier on southbound 295 down towards 32. that is the latest on traffic pulse 11. >> a late night for ravens fans but it was worth the lost sleep. the ravens got some breathing room towards the end of the third quarter as cary williams picks off brandon weeden which gave the ravens a 13-point lead. the browns held tough. the ravens came on top 23-16. the of the big story was the return of the nfl officials after the lockout. the officiating crew was treated to a hero's welcome at m&t bank stadium last night. fans were thrilled to see the return of the professional officials. after the game, it was clear to those on and off the field that the situation had improved. >> the communication was good. i would like to know what happened on the last
, president obama and governor romney both in new york city to speak at the the clinton global initiative. governor romney will drob by nbc's education summit. chuck todd is the nbc's political director. you koom with your telestrator today. >> i do. >> let's talk about the state of the union in terms of the battleground map. we know that 270 is the magic number. where do things stand right now? >> we have the president at 243. states adding up to 243 electoral votes, 270 is the magic numb. what we've recently moved was the state of iowa. that put him at 243. what's interesting here, it means he now only needs a couple of states. a couple of the big states, big three that i talk about all the time. ohio, florida, virginia, a couple of ways and he gets over the finish line. >> we talk about ohio, it's usually a bellweather. you have a couple of scenarios to run through. i think this one shows if president obama takes ohio? >> we do. let me show you what happens when we give him ohio. watch how close he gets to 270. it gets him to 261 here. and now, that means what? there's about four diffe
. >>> a story uncovered by abc2 is the hottest story. she made her big move to new york city. her family paid up to $900 to move her stuff but the movers wanted more even though she had a binding contract. joce sterman is working for you. this is something is that folks shouldn't have to deal with in addition to the stress of moving. >> reporter: there are laws to protect you when you move. they vary from state to state. if you don't know your rights, are a giving movers a chance to take you for a ride. 25-year-old lauren richardson's move to new york city had a rocky start eye was determined to move in, get settled and have a life. >> reporter: lauren said she had nothing for the first two months because she claims her maryland mover paid her stuff hostage we they added fees. lauren knew her rights and the law and that's what eventually helped her get her stuff back after months of hounding the company but many people go into their moves without the information they need. >> you want to trust the company. >> reporter: but the maryland motor truck association said trust with movers should beened
the holy city of qom where iran is enriching uranium to a 20% level of purity, one step away from the 90% needed to build a bomb. according to the latest report by u.n. inspectors, iran has about 200 pounds of 20% uranium. roughly two-thirds of what it would need to build one nuclear device. at the current rate of enrichment, iran would have enough 20% uranium for one bomb in about ten months. or as netanyahu told the u.n., by next spring or summer. after that it would take just a few months more to enrich the uranium to the 90% bomb-grade level. netanyahu said iran's nuclear program must be stopped before then. >> before iran gets to a point where it's a few months away or a few weeks away from amassing enough enriched uranium to make a nuclear weapon. >> reporter: as defense secretary panetta told norah o'donnell earlier this month, the u.s. has a different red line. >> when they make the decision to go ahead and build a nuclear weapon, that for us is a red line. >> reporter: u.s. intelligence does not believe iran has made that decision yet. but netanyahu said it is too dangerous to r
have some closures in the city because of the baltimore book festival. up to speed on the major roadways. 295 around 65 down towards 32. speeds around 63 on 29 in towards the beltway. the beltway is running smoothly. here's a quick, live look at traffic. this is security. out of the traffic is not bad. this is the north side at dulaney valley. so far so good. the roads are wet. that is the latest on traffic pulse 11. >> it was in pretty but a win is a win. >> one of the bigger stories -- the referees returning. but first, the game. it was pretty much back and forth in the first half. an interception and goes to the house, 63 yards for the touchdown. that puts the ravens up. the browns had a chance to tie it with a hail mary. in the end, coming up right here. once again. the ball is knocked down. it was out of the end zone. the ravens win 23-16. the triumphant return of the nfl referees. there were cheers. you could hear from the fans and players, all saying welcome back. john harbaugh did have some critiques. >> welcome back to the officials. good to have the back. the communica
item taken off the menu in new york city. >>> and then a little later on, we'll help you get through airport security, but without long lines. >> and up next, a local man's journey with a rare disorder that can cause his body to blow up and swell at any moment. why he has more hope for a normal life now than ever. >>> in tonight's health alert, we highlight a capitol hill man who struggles every day with a very rare genetic disorder that could be deadly. certain triggers cause his body to expand and swell. when you see it, it may remind you of the comic book character, the incredible hulk. >> if i catch a ball the wrong way or exert too much pressure on my hands, it will swell up to the point where you can't grab a pen. >> imagine living life every day knowing that at any time, your world could literally transform. >> i had an attack in the spring. it was june. it is very rare. it's estimated 1 in 10,000 realistically, 1 in 70,000. >> 70-year-old david lund of capitol hill lived that life for years. certain triggers like stress, fatigue, and sudden movement can cause his body to
, let us get to the news live here at 5:30 a.m. at 30 rock in the center of new york city. we do begin with new developments out of libya. the a.p. reporting the u.s. state department is pulling more staffers out of its embassy in the capital of tripoli over security fears. the move is expected to be temporary until the security situation improves. the embassy was already operating with limited staff following the deadly attack on the u.s. consulate in benghazi that left four americans dead. it is now been 17 days since that attack. sources say fbi agents sent to investigate the murders still have not been able to visit the actual scene of the crime due to security concerns. secretary of defense leon panetta yesterday said there was no doubt terrorists were responsible. >> as we determined the details of what took place there and how that attack took place that it became clear that there were terrorists who had planned that attack. and that's when i came to that conclusion as, again, as to who was involved, what specific groups were involved, i think the investigation that is on going.
grow mustaches.how its designed to help city schools 3-& 3 & 3 3 3 just inntime for tonight's ravees game.....a late night negotiating session is bringing nfl referees back &pto the field.theeagreement includes a biggraise.. fs and players have been etting away with a lot in the first 3 weeks of he season with replacement refss look at this stuff from monday night... that's even before that infamous last call that chhnged the outcome of the get this deal done late last would be a competitive elt it dis-advantage to the ravens and browns if they wereethe only teams playing witt replacementtofficials this week. weee. most fans are hoping to see a very different kind &pof play insiie m&t bank stadium tonight. so here's the deal... the nfl and offfcials aggee to an 8 year deal. average referee sslaries wwll go from 144- thoosand dollars a year to 173- thousand next year. the referee pension plan will remain in place through 20166 and then will be frozzn. many former players are relieved because they view the gaaes so far this year as an emmarassment. fame quart
. >> the break in is one of a dozen that occurred since monday and popped up in areas like ella cut city, eldridge, and what a fine. >> he is knocking on doors to see if residents are home. when he finds a resident at home, he asks for someone who doesn't live there and quickly leaves. >> police believe all of the break-ins are related and most likely being committed by the same person. they also say they almost got a huge break in the case after the suspect was spotted by 13-year- old boy. >> he was at home when he heard someone knocking loudly on the front door. he didn't answer and soon after, the door was kicked in. when a suspect realize someone was in the house, he ran away quickly. >> anyone throughout the county sees anything suspicious, that would include a person they don't recognize randomly knocking on doors, to call 911 that immediately. >> a dramatic scene unfold last night as state police from pennsylvania and maryland team that the county officers in the multistate pursuit of two teenagers. it all started in pennsylvania just south of harrisburg. that is re 17-year-old st
take a look at a wet times square in new york city. i'm in chicago this morning, but with us in new york city wh willie geist, our national affairs editor for "new york" magazine andnbit analyst, john heilemann. also former treasury official and "morning joe" economic analyst steve ratner and nbc news chief affairs correspondent and ht of "andrea mitchell reports." >> we have affairs. >> andrea mitchell. aninasto f "the politico playbook," executive executor jim vandehei. of course, willie, we've got a lot to talk about. let's start really quickly with the refs! >> they're back. >> we've got some breaking news. y,'s veryxc bseu, little she's 9 years old. she plays in the soccer league. and the parents have had to ref over the past couple weeks because those guys have gone off to the nfl, but it's taken care of now. >> that's great news. >> drilled down deep. a few hours ago,hel a referees union announced they have reached a tentative agreement that will end the lockout and bring the original -- the regular officiating crews back to the field. and it starts tonight. quick turnaround.
stephanie rawlings-blake will present center fielder adam jones with the key to the city -- we want to send a congratulation out to capture mat weeder. he and his wife welcome their first child into the world. he was born early this morning. >> yesterday at this time we were talking about how the chance of rain would affect the football game. tonight we are talking about a chance of maybe rain during the baseball game, right? here is what is happening right now on the radar. one batch that we had overnight is on its way out. west virginia, kentucky, a new area is coming its way. the trajectory is going to be a little southerly. we are not a prime target. we will probably be on the north edge. for the game tonight, the forecast, as the game starts a little after 7:00, it will be in the low 70's and there will be a lot of clouds and maybe a brief shower. it is a big navy. by the time we finish the game, 10:00 or 11:00, we think the rain shower chance will probably be a little higher toward the end of the game but still not a guarantee and temperatures will drop to the upper 60's. yes, if you
® rewards. save up to $7 on zyrtec® products. here's a look at the weather in some cities around the country. partly sunny in new york. 72 degrees. 88 in miami. 66 in chicago. 94 in there's a. 83 in los angeles. let's check your national forecast. rain expected for much of the northeast and mid-atlantic states. scattered showers and thunderstorms will extend along the ohio valley and central plains. some of those storms can be severe along the ohio river. upper midwest and great lakes area cool and pleasant. south will be fair and pleasant as well. in sports this morning less than a week to go in baseball's regular season, in the tightest divisional race in the american league central the chicago white sox and detroit tigers entering wednesday's action. chicago hosting cleveland. top of the eighth inning, the indians, first homer the year to put cleveland up 6-4. that's the final score. detroit can take sole position of first place. after a solo shot in the fourth detroit comes back. two-run homer. makes it 4-3. later in the inning, austin jackson tie it up here. that's a solo home run. we g
's 69 in philadelphia. 64 degrees in new york city. our high temperature today as we rise out of the 60s there for the morning hours with those showers staying north. noontime we're dry. upper 70s by lunchtime. and then rain and thunder back after about 5:00 p.m., we should hit a high around 83. >>> checking the roads for you, we're looking at university boulevard. following this throughout the morning. chopper 4 is over the scene, and here's what's happening. traveling westbound, the earlier accident resulted in a downed pole. that's blocking tw of yo ining right lanes. you are able to get by single file to the left. let's head over to i-270, slow this this area. again from frederick, heavier delays now as you make your way southbound past 109. very sluggish. clarksburg looks good. germantown seeing more volume in that area, but no accidents and not heavy delays just yet as you make your way from german town to rockville. heading over to i-66, let's talk about some delays. seeing congestion build eastbound, really from the bypass as you make your way toward 50, you can see heavier delay
'm not in the city or anything. that's a little bit terrifying. >> something's got to be done. i mean, it's definitely uncalled for and not okay. >> au sent an e-mail to students to alert them about the attacks. the university is asking the students to walk in groups and only in well-lit areas. >> 6:06 right now. today marks the tenth anniversary of the sniper killing spree. the first attack happened in a parking lot in wheaton, maryland. in all, ten people were killed, three others were wounded in a three-week stretch that terrified the d.c. region. police eventually arrested john allen muhammad and lee boyd malvo for the shootings. they were both convicted. muhammad was executed in 2009. malvo, who was 17 at the time, is currently serving a life sentence without the possibility of parole in virginia. >>> the penn quarter neighborhood in northwest washington is remembering a prominent local professor killed in a freak accident. police say rhett leverett was killed yesterday morning when a car jumped the curb when he was walking his dog. investigators say the driver of the car had a medic
magazines all around the set. joshua green. in new york city msnbc and "time" magazine senior political analyst mark halperin and also the cohost of cnbc's "street signs" brian sullivan. we have a lot to talk about. mark halperin, if you're just waking up and you don't want to read the newspapers, it's friday. you want to get ready to watch nfl games where they actually get the calls right and you just want to read one paragraph. that's why i'm here. i'm sort of the cliff notes for you today. mark, i want you to respond to this. charles krauthammer and "the washington post." charles, the patron saint of conservatives. the headline "go large, mitt." listen to this line. it makes you think how far ahead romney would be if he were actually running a campaign, but his unwillingness to go big, to go for the larger argument, is simply astonishing. and, mark, charles goes on to say what many conservatives have said over the past several weeks. he's behind and he continues to play small. >> he does, and he continues to have days that don't really amount to much. yesterday they had a sort of a v
gave the city a dis $1 -- $150,000 grant to get the equipment in order so they could start giving the breathalyzer tests again and that starts today. >>> we have a commuter alert now. another weekend, another mess on metro. starting tonight no service on the green line between branch avenue and southern avenue. it begins at 10:00 and goes through sunday night. shuttle buses will get you around where you need to go, but it will take an extra 40 minutes most likely to plan on that. another closure on the orange line. no service between vienna and east falls church. shuttle buses will be there as well. yes, again, another 40-minute delay. plan on that. expect delays on the red and yellow line, too, because they are single tracking in parts of those lines to get some repairs done. >>> coming up on 6:06. jessica doyle is watching your money and where you put your money. >> a list of the best banks in the area. >> that's right. i know it's not going to surprise you that six out of ten consumers say they're unhappy with their financial institution. we talk about a lot of the problems tha
on florida avenue northeast is one of the oldest in the city, still operating. but sources tell news4 work came to a standstill wednesday afternoon. senior officers were investigating a destruction of property crime. someone at engine 10 it drawn a cartoon mustache on the official photo, like this one, of chief kenneth ellerby and hung it upside down in the station. a deputy chief and lieutenant dressed down the company. part of it was captured on audio obtained by news4. the officials demanding respect for the chief and threatening criminal charges. >> you don't want to be here in this agency or under this direction of the fire chief, there's nothing holding you back. but as long as he's the fire chief, we all have to respect him. the reason i asked who handled the picture is because there are going to be some charges. at that point whatever the fire chief decides -- >> reporter: police were also called in. a former crime report was filed, and evidence technicians dusted the photo frame for fingerprints. but a d.c. fire department headquarters thursday afternoon, chief ellerby downplayed
on that in a couple of minutes. >> baltimore city moves a step closer to moving -- to opening a casino. a general manager has been named and the project developers are already talking about expansion. let's go live to downtown baltimore for more on this story. >> the new general manager was introduced today. he comes from louisiana and has 18 years' experience in the casino business. as this project gets underway, there are questions about a proposal to expand gaming here in maryland. it is the new banner that will boast of the location of the baltimore casino. the site in the background is not much to look at right now. >> not yet, but in a few months, we will have over 2000 construction workers building the casino. >> he says the casino will hire 1200 permanent and police and the facility will have more than 3700 video slot machines. >> the great thing about building a casino in downtown baltimore as we understand we will be a piece of the overall pie. when people come to baltimore, we want people to be a part of it. we're just going to be one piece of it. >> that makes me excited about the pro
cities across the country, but their story is the same. they are in a fight to keep their homes. >> they're not taking it. i don't care what it takes. >> reporter: debra harris injured her back working for the fire department here in d.c. that caused her to fall behind on her mortgage. she says the bank promised to help her with a loan modification, a promise they didn't keep. >> been in my house 17 years and near going to tell me no, you -- they're going to tell me no, you can't have your house now and you're not even working with me and you decide i'm not going to be bothered. we're just going to take her house anyway. >> reporter: the protesters say this is a way to keep people in their homes. they want the banks to reduce principal to the current market value of the homes, to stop evictions and allow residents to buy back homes at their current value. an air force veteran believes fannie mae and freddie mac have the power to make it happen. >> this country asked veterans to serve their country and we did it willingly. we thought it was our duty and then to come back home and have o
numerous areas of other areas. oklahoma city is getting a break. wear seeing showers by tulsa. we're going to continue over the day to day to get on and off periods of rain. not going to end the drought. this is a good start. also, if you're driving this morning, just outside of baltimore, in between baltimore and philadelphia and i-95, you're heading out the door any time soon in wilmington, delaware, to philadelphia. one area of heavy rain and thunderstorms is rolling through. you can see the lightning strikes over the top of elkton. that will bring you a half hour worth of thunderstorms and heavy rain in that little isolated spot. otherwise, just light rain this morning. right now over new york city. so it's going to be a slow drive especially in the state of new jersey towards the border of pennsylvania and the philadelphia area. morning rain for you. much much new england should be dry today. a little more humid and warmer south of that front. notice d.c. today, 83 degrees. a slight chance of a shower or storm. your w you're beautiful in the great lakes. no problems in areas from dall
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to step up, why didn't the nats fork over the dough? the city paid for their stadium. fans paid for their bills and it's their game. on the other hand, you could argue they provide the game, do they have to give you a ride home, do? the ride to mcginty's mailbag begins with our address, mailbag@wusa9.com. we'd love to hear from you on that. >>> a d.c. judge has ordered three young men held without bail in the near fatal beating of a young father on capitol hill. it took weeks to solve the case, but now police say the young maryland men are admitting they did attack tc maslin for his iphone. bruce leshan was in court today with the latest. >> reporter: the sketches take you right inside the courtroom the three young men relatively calm considering they are now facing two armed robbery charges. you can see handcuffs on them. this is sonny cudie who allegedly admitted to slamming tc maslin, that young father, in the back of the head with a fake em out beebee gun. this is michael moore who has allegedly admitted to punching maslin to the ground and tommy branch who was allegedly dr
city, 80s across the south. >>> well another major tourist attraction is coming to the big apple. the world's tallest ferris wheel. that's right, the 625-foot-tall wheel capable of carrying more than 1,400 people will be built on staten island overlooking the statue of liberty and manhattan skyline. the privately funded project will cost $230 million. city officials hope it will draw millions of visitors. it should be finished in about three years. i'm not getting on that. >> it will be a heck of a view. are you scared of heights? >> you know, i don't see it. so you're up there, ah wow, i'm so high i could die. wow. i don't know. it doesn't make me fool good. i don't need that. >> sunny, think about you and your husband when you maybe courting and having a date and on the ferris wheel, wouldn't get on there? wouldn't be romantic? >> oh, it's so high, my goodness. look i am 1,400 feet up in the air and could fall and die. i don't need that feeling. >> you are not feeling it. >> don't know -- get on the ferry and go to staten island to do it. >> sure, why not. beauti
center in southeast. renovation plans for the center began in 1989. the city is clearing the site. wal-mart will anchor a new shopping center there and it should be open by 2000 -- open by 2015. >>> metro begins looking interest its future today, far into the future. it's launching a campaign called momentum: the next generation of metro. the transit agency wants commuters to weigh in on how the transit system will change in the next 30 years and how it will shape our region. that will include the silver line to dulles airport and eventually the purple line across maryland. part of looking into the future will include how metro will solve the problems plaguing the system today. >>> time now 6:37. we have 68 degrees here in northwest washington. howard says another warm day coming your way. >> highs in the 80s with a chance of rain this evening is straight ahead. we'll take a look at the weekend. >> jessica is in the kitchen working on something there. >> any plans for the weekend? how about great beer and great food. i'll tell you where the fun is at. that's coming up next. you are wat
: barbara and jerry haynes snapped photos of a scaffolding free washington monument while they city could. >> we knew there was -- still could. >> we knew there was damage from the earthquake. >> i said wow. i have to say this registered 7.4 on my richter scale. >> reporter: now two men who each visited the washington monument as children are now leading a team that will repair it. >> thrilled to death. we're very thrilled. in many ways it's one of those signature projects as an engineer, as a construction man, it's something you wait your life for. >> reporter: scaffolding will go up within the next two months with the same design used for the monument restoration in 2000. >> i've heard from a number of people that they liked it so much they wanted to keep it in place. i can assure you that we will take it down as soon as the project is complete. >> reporter: the project is challenging. the heaviest damage to the monument is between 475 and 530 feet considered the most difficult area to access. now 800,000 visitors come here to the washington monument every year. so repairing it is al
degrees, rapid city at nine degrees and minneapolis will see a high of 78 degrees and heat where you've expected down through the southwest and 90s in the southwest and a little chillier than normal in the northeast and new england with temperatures there in the 60s. look for rain stretching from new england all the way back, heavy rain in texas. some morning showers. afternoon showers in the pacific northwest later today. that's what's going on aroat >> a few showers this morning. we expect mostly cloudy into the afternoon. >>> that's your latest weather, but, of course, we're all waiting for just two more days, and then it's all worthwhile because it's sunday night "football night in america." that's right. the new york giants taking on the philadelphia eagles. lincoln financial field. cloudy, mild, 30% chance of showers. temperatures in the low to mid-60s. will the eagles clean their claws on the giants helmets? we'll find out on sunday night, "football night in america." . willie. >> wow, al roker with us from his weather library in los angeles. al. >> our weather desk. >> all ri
quantico. into dale city north of the rest area and heading through woodbridge, all lanes are open. overnight accident southbound 95 near the rapahannock has been cleared. if you're traveling on 66 so far so good. volume has been light front royal into falls church. no issues to deal with right now as you head in towards the roosevelt bridge. the earlier crash from 110 had been cleared from the roadway. back to you. >> thank you, ma'am. >>> redskins celebrate the end of the n.f.l. referees lockout. >> and despite a shaky start, nats pitcher gio gonzalez gets another win. highlights coming up in sports. >> let's do another look at the question of the day. here it is. this activity has declined by 89% since the 1950's. is it a, reading the newspaper, b, taking a bath, or c, writing a letter? >> our facebook friend jolene thinks the answer is b, taking a bath. it's quick and more convenient to take a shower. >> we'll be right back. >>> welcome back. 5:21. your weather first. most of the rain from the west side of metro is gone. howard county, northern charles county, we'll watch. by 9
in syria getting worse by the day. a pair of massive explosions rocking the capital city of damascus. just watch here. that looks like surveillance video there. state television saying that rebel fighters attacked a militariry compound. one of a series of increasingly bold attacks in their efforts to out of president assad. the car bombs shown here shattering windows. they could be heard from miles around. a three-hour gunfight followed. four syrian guards and an iranian tv reporter reportedly killed as a result of that. martha: all right. let's take it back here at home for a minute and talk a little bit about the economy because we've got a lot of new numbers that have come in that are giving us a better read on the health of the u.s. economy. u.s. weekly jobless claims fell by 26,000 to 359 people. fueling a modest improvement in the unemployment picture. while numbers on the gdp are pretty rough. they show that the economy is still indeed very sluggish. and that's where we start with stuart varney, host of "varney & company" on the fox business network. stuart, that gdp number is a dow
? fares are down 17% to montreal. down 16% to toronto to beautiful cities, great food, great culture, doesn't look like the grand canyon but we've got all this for you at a discount. i'll send it back to you guys. >> i'm ready to go. >> getting a little dizzy. thanks, jess. that was fun. >>> we can't make friday arrive any faster but we can help you save. jessica is back in just a couple minutes. she has today's daily deals. >>> a group of his tore yarns is offering evidence that -- historians is offering evidence that the upon that lisa is a -- mona lisa is a copy of an earlier painting. >>> today's show deals with a once honor role student tiffany who has changed so dramatically, she's now terrorizing her family. in one altercation, things got so heated her mother was afraid for her life. >> i will do whatever i want whenever i want. >> how is that working for you? >> i get what i want. >> we take a look into the family dynamics and examine how they might be contributing to tiffany's recklessness. i'll see you back here at 4:00. >>> 5:38. your weather first on this thursday morning
in baltimore. our kristen berset will have a live report from m&t bank stadium in the charm city in a few minutes. >>> the return of the referees has sparked an outpouring of relief and even joy. nobody is happier than nfl players including our very own redskins. >> reporter: i'm matt jablow at redskins park in ashburn where the return of the referees was all most people were talking about. >> you always say you don't miss something until you go without it. >> they got the deal done, excited to have them back. >> reporter: some more vocally than others. what was your first reaction when you heard the strike had been settled? >> i said hallelujah. >> reporter: but all agreeing it was a very good thing. >> they know their positions. they know the rules. >> reporter: the players in particular. >> thank you, lord. >> reporter: and for the game in general. what was your first reaction when you heard the refs were coming back? >> great, awesome. i saw it this morning. >> they keep everything under control. a couple week back you had players doing dirty plays against us. those things won't
been allowed into the libyan city of benghazi. sources tell cnn that the crime scene on the consulate grounds has not been secured. sources also tell cnn that the u.s. intelligence community knew within 24 hours of the attack that it was an act of terrorism. yet the obama administration was cautious in saying so and has only started to acknowledge a terrorist link to the attack. this was in the last few days. on "360" last night, bob baer was asked specifically about that. >> i think it's political. i think the white house is reluctant to admit that libya has been lost or potentially lost. no administration wants to admit that. i think, frankly, we can't blame losing libya on this administration. you know, it was in the works for a long time. there wasn't much it could do. nonetheless we have an election coming up and no one wants to take blame for messing up the arab spring. >> the u.s. ambassador to libya, chris stevens was wrong those killed in that attacks. >>> mitt romney and president obama will both be campaigning in virginia today. they were both in ohio yesterday. you see a t
for this time of year. temperatures feeling summerlike in memphis. 70 degrees in new york city. keep your umbrellas handy. >> all right, rob, thank you very much. >>> we have a packed hour ahead on "early start." we are all complaining about them in a couple of weeks or we have been, rather. for now we're happy to have the real refs back on the field. we'll be talking to legendary former official red cashion who is training the current referees. he'll be talking to zoraida. >>> plus, a teen in a sheet an a black mask walking up and down the street with a rocket launcher on the streets of phoenix? it was all a hoax to prove a point. the man who put the kid up to it is in a whole lot of trouble. >>> get ready to learn that anything is possible. first he beat cancer, then he hit mega millions. the incredible story of a 19-year-old cancer survivor who won the lotto and his plan to help those who helped him. isn't that amazing. >>> it's a modern day golden ticket. nestle implanting a chip in chocolate bars? why? we're going to tell you. of any small business credit card! pizza!!!!! [ garth ] o
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